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Twitch star Sketch confirms leaked gay OF video allegations

Twitch star Sketch confirms leaked gay OF video allegations

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The 25-year-old Twitch streamer confirmed the speculation that he was featured in gay adult films in the past.


Social media influencer and content creator Sketch has an audience of 1.6 million followers on Instagram, 1.2 million subscribers on Twitch, and 523,000 subscribers on YouTube. Legally known as Kylie Cox, the 25-year-old has now confirmed the allegations that he was featured in gay adult films shared on OnlyFans a few years ago.

On Monday, July 8, Cox started a new Twitch live-stream titled "Sketch Of The Union" and addressed this situation, confirming that he was featured in the leaked OnlyFans videos that recently came to the surface on social media.

After starting this new live-stream in a state of shock that 70,000 people had already joined in, Cox started explaining himself. "That was me. It was me," he said. "It's okay, though. I will tell you what… okay. Two years ago, I did some stuff. I'm sorry if you've seen some of [the] stuff. You know, I'm a changed person."

Cox followed that up with a "joke" referencing President Bill Clinton's statement about Monica Lewinsky, which was televised in January 1998. Clinton ended his speech by saying, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman."

The Twitch star said in his video: "So, two years ago, 'I did not have sexual relations with that man.' I'm just kidding. I did. Possibly. Cat's out of the bag. It's okay. What else do I have to say? I don't know."

Cox went on to thank the "people that have been sticking up" for him despite the fact that "sh*t hit the fan." He added, "Don't go on Twitter. I didn't delete Twitter, [but] I have been cautiously avoiding it. It's like f*cking landmines everywhere I go."

As he continued to explain the reasons why he created gay adult film content for OnlyFans, Cox noted:

"I was dealing with some addiction problems… a couple of them. But no excuse there. I guess [I'm] just trying to give you some background here. Yeah, that was me. I f*cked up. I won't do it again. I'm just kidding. Well, I am dead serious about not doing it again. That was a dark time; a rough, rough time."

The Twitch star then remarked that the live-stream had just reached 89,000 simultaneous viewers at that point. "You know, I'm owning up to it," he said. "I don't know how long these videos usually are supposed to go, but who knows? I might stream for an hour. Someone text me if that's a bad idea."

Cox continued:

"But on a real note, I've been living under the threat of that coming out for like two years. I started social media just kind of d*cking around; had that in my past. I'll tell you what, [it's a] weight lifted off my shoulders. God is good. God is good all the time. But weight off my shoulders, to be honest. You have some stuff in the closet; no pun intended there. But yeah, it came out."

The Twitch streamer then outlined that "Plan A was to probably call it quits if this ever came out." In that statement, it wasn't exactly clear if Cox meant quitting the Twitch platform or was suggesting that he considered some form of self-harm. "But some people saved me," he said, shouting out his parents for their help and support."

The video's statement circled back to Cox saying, "I fucked up, but I'm changed." He then got emotional recalling how he navigated his online presence knowing that his OnlyFans content could leak at any point. Cox explained, "My original plan was… there's two things: 1. Be delusional and think it's never gonna come out; or 2. What's the plan after the plan after? [It] was not very good.If I was alone and I was at my house, I probably wouldn't be talking to you right now."

Cox thanked his parents and friends for "saving him" as this situation unfolded. After repeating a few of the aforementioned tactics of how he might've responded to these leaks, Cox asked himself, "I don't know… what would Kim Kardashian do? If I get one more text about Kim Kardashian, I swear that doesn't make anything better. I'm just kidding, but I've been referenced to Kim Kardashian more often today than I have in the past 20 years of my life. Pretty cool.

While concluding the live-stream, Cox told his Twitch followers that he'd be back to streaming in the near future. "I'll be back, just not an immediate, like, tomorrow. Probably, like, the day after or something. (..) I don't know. I'd rather you know my flaws, though, so it makes it easier. I don't want to be the poster boy. Love y'all."

Out has reached out to Kylie Cox for comment and clarification on certain statements made in this live-stream. Out has also reached out to OnlyFans for comment.

You can watch this full live-stream from Kylie Cox a.k.a. Sketch below.

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Bernardo Sim is a writer, content creator, and the deputy editor of Out. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim is a writer, content creator, and the deputy editor of Out. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.